I love dining at Melo’s. They have the best of just about anything and this is perhaps one of the very restaurants that have truly wowed their diners. Every time I have dinner there, I see diners pursing their lips, rolling their eyes and nodding in all directions just to express how good the food tastes. Though it is not as cheap as most other restaurants, Melo’s prices are reasonable in the sense that you get what you pay for.
Melo’s now serves Raclette, a kind of Swiss cheese that is grilled and is not as salty as cheddar. It is smooth to the taste with no acrid or putrid smell. Normally, the Swiss grill Raclette outdoors but because Melo’s serves Raclette in a small grilling device, which keeps it bubbling hot on your table, you can enjoy Raclette before your great date with Wagyu or Angus steak.
I love the taste of Raclette and because it is not as strong as other cheeses.
Melo’s serves Raclette with onion bulbs, potatoes et al.
Wagyu-hungry? There is a new accompaniment to your melodious Wagyu dinner, bone marrow. To add spark to your Steak Ala Dad’s, Melo’s now has a slice of cheese-filled bone marrow on the side.
The bone marrow was so inexplicably good. Apologies to my uric-acid levels, but I just couldn’t resist this one. It was very good and had surpassed my expectations. The Grade 8 tenderloin Wagyu made it all better.
Did you know that you can order four-ounce versions of the big steaks? If your appetite cannot accommodate a huge steak, then you can order a four-ounce version of the regular orders. It is smaller and at the amount that you can consume. Beef is usually heavy in the belly and even if I tip the scales at more than 200 pounds, I still prefer the four-ounce orders because they are just right for me, leaving me enough room for other goodies like the Oysters Rockfeller and dessert.
Come to Melo’s and enjoy a memorable and unforgettable dinner. My family occasions become extra-special with Melo’s.